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Jul 22, 2012 9:30am EDT
eleanor holmes norton duduring a a hearing on d.c. oversight an suggested maybet is time to talk about a commute tax for those who work in.c. but live outside the city. pete you think it will never happen. >> i seehe delegations for maryland and virginia successfsfully blocking that. >> but as an economist is it a good idea? as a long time resident, i have always found it supremely unfai for pple to utilize the services of this city and then go home and not pay taxes. >> they do pay taxes in thehe form of sales taxes >> not the same period.. >> they do not educate their children here. >> there are roads that only th can use. >> i came to washington shortly after the discovery o of fire and before thenventition of the wheel anand they were talking about commuter taxes then. you will be able to read d after funeral aut a proposed commuter taxax. >> people are fed up with trfic. if you look at the underlying trend, you had roughly 5 50,000 people move in d.c. proper in the last decad that is a trend that does not seem to be abating with or without a tax and that is a direct response to to
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